Powerful Ductless Heating Systems from Connect Heating, Air, Plumbing, Electrical & Refrigerations
The options that are available to heat and cool your home are plentiful. One of these options is ductless systems. There are also many options under the ductless umbrella that can help improve the air quality of your home, keep you cozy this winter, and limit your impact on the surrounding environment.
Implementing ductwork in your home is expensive, so choosing a multi-zone ductless system can help you keep the upper and lower levels of your home at a comfortable temperature.
Utah winters are known to be extreme, so implementing a ductless system can improve your home without breaking your budget. Connect offers these systems so that homeowners across the state can choose the best option for their home size, budget, and future home plans. This page will discuss the different systems we offer to help homeowners make informed decisions.
Different Sizes Of HVAC Systems
Single-zone and multi-zone units exist for ductless heating and cooling. Single-zone units include one outdoor and one indoor unit. These are optimal for homes in mild climates, or smaller homes. Single-zone units can significantly heat your home just as well as multi-zone units, it just does not spread the heated air as far through the home.
Multi-zone systems use one outdoor compressor to power up to five indoor units. Homeowners will be able to remotely control all the indoor units separately. These systems are best for those who may expand or remodel in the future.
Fujitsu Ductless Heating Systems
Many HVAC companies and contractors install Fujitsu systems because they get maximum performance and sustainable results. With the Fujitsu app, you can control multiple indoor units easily, and help you save money on energy bills by being able to control the air temperature when you are not home. Connect Heating, Air, Plumbing, Electrical & Refrigeration will install these units quickly and efficiently to give you access to comfort more quickly. Fujitsu offers heating and cooling mini-split options.
Keeping your home warm doesn’t have to be loud and obnoxious. Samsung ductless systems can warm your home and give you more control over the temperature of your home without the cost of ductwork systems. Their WindFree systems help prevent drafts or cool spots in rooms.
Samsung has units that will perform at an optimum function up to -13 degrees Fahrenheit, which is a major draw for Utah homes and one major reason we offer them at Connect. Don’t settle for a frigid home this winter, let Connect install quality units that will last. Samsung also offers heating and cooling ductless units for homeowners.
Is Ductless Heating Right For You?
If you are looking to save money, make a lower environmental impact, and don’t want large units around your home, ductless is a perfect choice. Having radiators or space heaters around your home can get cramped, while ductless and mini-split systems take up little space.
Installing ductwork throughout a home can be costly and time-consuming. When you work with an expert contractor like Connect Heating, Air, Plumbing, Electrical & Refrigeration and chose one of our high-quality brands, you will experience a more comfortable and cozy home. We will ensure that your family is safe, healthy, and satisfied with our ductless heating systems.
Contact Connect Heating, Air, Plumbing, Electrical & Refrigeration to get started on your project immediately.
Common Ductless System FAQ's
Are ductless heating environmentally friendly?
How long do ductless heating systems last?
Ductless heating systems typically have a lifespan of 15 to 20 years with proper maintenance and care. Regular maintenance, such as cleaning filters, checking refrigerant levels, and scheduling professional inspections, can help extend their longevity. The quality of the system, usage patterns, and environmental conditions can also influence how long they last.
Are ductless heating systems noisy?
Ductless heating systems are known for their quiet operation. They are much quieter than traditional window air conditioners or central HVAC systems with noisy ductwork. The indoor units of ductless systems produce minimal noise, usually around 20-50 decibels, which is similar to the sound of a quiet conversation or rustling leaves. Outdoor units can be slightly noisier but are designed to minimize disturbances. Overall, ductless mini-split systems are considered a quiet and unobtrusive cooling and heating option.